Wednesday, August 05, 2015

2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Specs Review

Car Junkie - 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Specs. Having a quick or deep comparison to other flashy pickups from competitors, the Toyota Tundra is, sadly, lost in many things. For coloring skill, Tundra seems to be the winner up to now. In all cases, however, certain products always have their eager fans and customers. So this fact has been working to the Tundra. If you're not really curious about the 2015 updates, you won't be coming here, right? Besides the 2015 redesigns, Toyota says that their another plan on its 2016 Redesigned Tundra with a new engine. You shouldn't be excited in anyway, since that statement sounds like a big dream only. As you know, the Tundra is getting ready to gain some updates and improvements for the 2015 model year. We don't know how the game will go, whether it makes some hot news or simply pinches us with very normal changes. Toyota is seriously taking care of its Tundra, mainly the interior packaging which is a bit ugly. Also its technical features to drag drivers into a better comfort by making them easier connect the world.

2015 Toyota Tundra specs
2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro review

2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro Specs

Redesigned as a 2015 entry pickup, the Tundra will bravely waste its 4.0L V6 engine out of the part. And the two higher levels; a 4.6L V8 and a 5.7L V8 seem to stay playing the game. The 4.6 has offered more than 300-hp and up to 330 lb-ft of torque. The strongest engine, 5.7, generates no less than 380-hp with over 400 lb-ft. Until now, both engines are still left behind in terms of gas mileage ratings which is staying under average among other full-size pickups out there with the same engine specs - just say outstanding Ford or GM's players. The recent test showed that Tundra can barely run at over fifteen miles per gallon, though estimated 15 to 19.

We do expect better driving performance even only in the city, since the old Tundra doesn't really show the best capability to consider. The 2015 Tundra TRD Pro is to update its 18-inch wheel style, exhaust as well as the suspension. It may signalize that there will be some impressions to show. While it doesn't matter a lot if the trims won't get any tweaks. Starting MSRP is still reasonable at $28,500 for the base.


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